Australian Woman Bags $7.2 Million After Makes an Expensive Error

Australian Woman Bags $7.2 Million After Makes an Expensive Error

  • Cryptocurrency platform mistakenly transferred $7.2 million to the wrong person's bank account
  • The woman, Thevamanogari Manivel, bought a mansion in Australia and has now been ordered by a judge to sell the property and pay back the money
  • These details have emerged in a lawsuit between and the woman in the Supreme Court of Victoria

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An employee of punched in the incorrect account number and transferred $7.2 million to Australian woman Thevamanogari Manivel.

crypto took seven months to realise it had paid $7.2 million to the wrong person. Image: Daniel Harvey Gonzalez/In Pictures via Getty / Stock Getty
Source: UGC

These details emerged in a lawsuit between the crypto currency platform and Thevamanogari Manivel in front of the Supreme Court of Victoria in Australia, the Washing Post reports.

Manivel was supposed to receive $68, but the whopping amount was transferred. She bought a mansion for her sister and transferred hundreds of thousands of dollars to her daughter. The Supreme court has subsequently frozen her bank account.

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According to the Guardian, it took the cryptocurrency platform seven months to notice the glaring error.

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The woman's sister lives in Malaysia and didn't reply to a communication from's lawyers.

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